We’ve listed ten great films by great directors that you might not know about. Below are films by names like Steven Spielberg, Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, and Wody Allen, all of whom have made a name for themselves as lesser known in their films but no less brilliant. Let’s go to the list!
10º – Amistad (Steven Spielberg, 1997)Following the slavery theme, the plot is focused on a judgment that will decide whether or not some black individuals are slaves. ‘Amistad’ is dynamic, with a good play of scenes and a concise script. However, we cannot include the work among the best on the subject, since it is noted as superficial in certain points, not studying the core of the issue. The film is directed by Steven Spielberg and has a respectful cast, with names like Matthew McConaughey and Anthony Hopkins.
9º – Blind Chance (Krzysztof Kieslowski, 1987)We will follow three different variations of the life of the same man, always starting from the assumption of his decision of whether or not to take a train. Working with the figure of chance in the life of the human being, ‘Blind Chance’ shows how our journey in the world escapes our own choices. A strong film conceptually, still possessing one of the most striking endings of all the seventh art.
8º – Punch-Drunk Love (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2002)A misfit man ends up knowing, by mere chance, a woman as different as he is, starting a novel that will change their lives for the better. ‘Punch-Drunk Love’ is a film that walks on a more unusual side of the novel, exposing characters tormented by a damaging social siege that find security in the most unlikely instances of the world.
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